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Hello. Tetrational Arrays this time.

Remember <n,n/n>? We'll start off by introducing a new one.

<n,n,2/n>.

The third entry marks the Tetrational space.

<n,n,2/n> = <n↑n↑.....↑n↑n/n>

First we do n,n/n and we do n,(n,n/n)/n. Than we do it n times. Tetrational Arrays.

Pentational arrays are a bit of a mindblow.

<n,n,3/n>.

Again, we can call this

<n↑↑n↑↑.....↑↑n↑↑n/n> with n n's

First we do n,n,2/n and do n,(n,n,2/n),2/n. You guessed it, we do it n times.

Hexational arrays are kinda same.

<n,n,4/n> = <n↑↑↑n↑↑↑.....↑↑↑n↑↑↑n/n>


First we do n,n,3/n and do n,(n,n,3/n),3/n. Once more, we do it n times. Hmmm.... Pretty big.

The limit of this is the <n,n,n/n> structure.

If we stop here, we have

Operator Dimensional Graham Array Notation.

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